Lowestoft – Christ Church Centre
Tuesday nights at Christ Church Centre
Whapload Road (entrance to centre is on Herring Fishery Score), Lowestoft, NR32 1XD
The Tuesday group meet in the refurbished Christ Church along the waterfront – a classic building with full modern amenities, disabled access and free parking. A great venue for our Lowestoft singers to learn, grow and enjoy themselves!
Your Tuesday night group is hosted by Viktoria Juganzon. A skilled and passionate musician in her own right, she understands how to relate to all levels of singer and help you bring out the best in your own abilities.
You will be welcomed to the rehearsal by our fantastic Buddies, Sarah (left) and Anji (right). They will answer all of your questions and make sure you have everything you need to start singing!
The group runs from 7.30pm until 9.00pm and there is free parking available next to the church. On street parking is also available in the area. Access to the Centre is gained at street level via the main door on Herring Fishery Score. Please arrive 10-15 minutes early to get settled in before the start.
If you would like to try out the Lowestoft Invidia singing group, then why not come and have your first two sessions on us? Click here to book your first Free Taster session now!
In case you wanted to know a little more about Viktoria before your free taster, we asked her a few questions:
- Your Favourite Book (or top 3 if you can’t choose!): M. Bulgakov “Master and Margarita”!
- Your biggest pet peeve: Slow thinkers and drivers.
- Your dream car: At the moment Nissan Juke, I am down to earth really.
- Your tipple of choice: Glass of Dry.
- Your Childhood nickname: Juganz/ Yo ganz.
- If you could learn how to do anything to the highest standard, what would it be and why? Being human, we all need to learn a bit of that; I still need to master my singing skills. I am on a mission!
- What was the last movie that made you cry? “The Piano Tuner”. It is French 13 minutes movie about a pianist who lost on a big competition and got depressed. As a result, he pretended to be a blind piano tuner. All worked well until he came into the house where happened a crime. That’s where his magic being lie stopped working, and being a pianist saved his life (maybe) or maybe not. He kept on saying “as long as I am playing I am alive!” This movie has an open ending! Conclusion: make sure you follow your path in life as hard as it might be! I cried like a baby.
- If you could go back to the age of 21 and give yourself 3 pieces of advice, what would they be? Do sport. Keep your nerves chilled. Keep your head up no matter what!
- Name 3 items on your bucket list: Make my parents smile, buy a new car, visit a friend in Brazil.
- What was the first thing you bought with your own money? Place at a hip-hop dance camp.
- If you could change your name to anything, what would you choose and why? I am happy being Viktoria ( it stands for a victory after all).
- Your Music Hero, alive or dead, that you wish you could channel when performing: I love Erykah Badu, she does insane live performances. Would be good to learn from her!
- Musical Guilty Pleasures that you don’t really want to admit to (go on): I secretly listen to silly pop music when no one is around.
- Your perfect weekend: Next to the sea!
- What job would you be absolutely terrible at? Hospitality.
- If you could turn any activity into an Olympic sport, what would you have a good chance of winning gold for? Shouting!
- What are the small things that make your day better? Coffee and laughs.
- What is something you think everyone should totally do at least once in their life? An unexpected trip to another country with someone you don’t really know well. You get to know not only the person next to you but also yourself in an extreme way!
- Apart from musical instruments, what’s worth spending more on to get the best of? Good shoes!
- What big city would you most like to live in? Haven’t been in all of them yet. Need to feel the vibe first, before I choose!